home screening test for hepatitis c virus “all types” in the whole-blood samples.
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Hepatitis C is caused by a virus that spreads through blood, and that is found only in humans. The infection rate is globally prevalent and common, but the prevalence in the USA is relatively low. The disease has a strong link with intravenous drug abuse.
What causes hepatitis C and how does it spread?
In an infectious patient, the substance is in the blood. It is transmitted by contagious blood entering another person’s bloodstream. This can be done through unclean syringes or, in rare cases, blood coming into contact with wounds on the skin or with mucous membranes. Infectivity for hepatitis C is significantly lower compared to hepatitis B.
How do I notice that I have hepatitis C?
It usually takes someone or a few months before you notice that you have had hepatitis, that is before you get any symptoms. But many people do not get any symptoms at all.
If you get symptoms, it usually starts with feeling like the flu. That is, you get headaches, fever aches in the body, and feel tired. After a while, you may feel sick and sometimes vomit. The poo can be light, almost gray, and the kiss dark.
For some, the skin and the whites of the eyes become yellowish. This is because the liver cannot clear a yellow substance called bilirubin from the body. When that happens, the other symptoms, besides the fatigue, usually disappear.
The incubation period varies from one to four months.
Infection transmission via blood transfusion occurred earlier. Since 1992, all blood get tested for hepatitis C, which is why such infection is unlikely, but could theoretically happen if the blood donor was recently infected. Therefore, there are special rules when administering blood, and a Hepatitis C test kit CVS is administrated.
On some occasions, Hepatitis C infections have been transmitted within the healthcare system, when the same bottle or ampoule has been used for several patients and was one of these has been infectious.
The risk of getting infected during intercourse is small, but condoms should still be used for temporary sexual contacts. It is uncommon for an infected pregnant woman to transmit the infection to her child.
Molecular biological methods make it possible to determine with great certainty whether a patient with hepatitis C has cured the infection. Symptoms and complications
Hepatitis C virus causes inflammation of the liver; in many cases, there aren’t any symptoms of illness. But many are afflicted by fatigue and reduced appetite for weeks to months. In over half of the cases, the patient gets chronic liver inflammation and can become a carrier of the virus for a long time, perhaps all of his life. Some of the chronic carriers eventually develop liver cirrhosis or liver cancer.
Diagnosis and treatment
The diagnosis is made by detecting antibodies to the hepatitis C virus in the patient’s blood, with the help of a Hepatitis C test kit CVS, by findings or non-findings of the virus’s genetic mass in blood samples. Repeated negative results are required to prove infection-free or cured infection regardless of the outcome in antibody tests.
There are drugs that, in many cases, can cure chronic infection and prevent its late complications.
There is no vaccine against hepatitis C. All protection must be based on general routines to prevent blood contamination and sexually transmitted infection, such as gloves when contacting blood and condom during intercourse.
Hepatitis C Antibody Home Self-test Kit
home screening test for hepatitis c virus “all types” in the whole-blood samples.
One Step HCV Test is a rapid direct binding test for the visual detection of hepatitis C antibodies (anti-HCV) in whole blood as an aid in the diagnosis of hepatitis C infection.
One Step HCV test is based on the principle of double antigen sandwich immunoassay for the determination of anti-HCV in whole blood. Purified recombinant antigens are employed to identify anti-HCV specifically.
This one-step test is very sensitive and only takes about 10-20 minutes. Test results are read visually without any instrument.
STORAGE AND STABILITY
The test kit can be stored at room temperature (4 to 30C) in the sealed pouch to the date of expiration. The test kit should be kept away from direct sunlight, moisture, and heat.
1. For in vitro diagnostic use only. 2. Don’t use it after the expiration date. 3. The test device should not be reused.
1. Specificity: The specificity of the CORE One Step HCV test is based on clinical studies using confirmed negative serum samples from the blood bank and hospital patients altogether 156 samples. The studies were performed comparing the results from the CORE One Step HCV test and that from Abbott’s ELISA as a reference test. The overall specificity was found to be 97 – 99%.
2. Sensitivity: In the same studies mentioned above, the CORE One Step HCV Test was evaluated with 48 confirmed positive serum samples. All 61 samples were found reactive.
1. Only samples that are clear and with good fluidity can be used in this test.
2. Fresh samples are best but refrigerated samples can be used.
3. Do not agitate the sample. Insert a pipette just below the surface of the sample to collect the specimen.
LIMITATION OF PROCEDURE
HCV Antibody test device is used for the detection of HCV antibodies in human blood. Based on a single reactive test result, a sample should not be considered HCV Antibody positive. Further testing, including confirmatory testing, should be performed before a specimen is considered positive for HCV Antibody.
A non-reactive test result does not exclude the possibility of exposure to the hepatitis C virus. Levels of HCV Antibody may be undetected both in early infection and late after infection. Specimens containing precipitate may give inconsistent test results.
The positive control in the test kit is not to be used to quantify assay sensitivity. The positive control is used to verify that the test kit components are capable of detecting a reactive specimen provided the procedure is followed as defined in the kit and the storage conditions have been strictly adhered to.
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